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The project "Khuzestan" (2011)

Scientific and Industrial Department of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Russian Federation has organized talks on "Practical Application of Technology"-driven climate change "to address environmental and economic problems in the IslamicRepublic of Iran."

At present negotiations with the Iranian side:

  • Mehrab Rouhbakhsh, Attaché of Science and Industry
  • Mehdi Ghalenovi, Director of Industrial Technologies Department, Center for Innovation and Technology Cooperation (CITC) (Iran)
  • Hodemi, deputy governor of Khuzestan province (Khūzestān Province)
  • Abbas. Holacoei, Ahwaz Urban Railway Organization Managing Director
  • Dr. Amir Mahmoodzadeh, Sharhes Sazan Managing Director

Deputy Governor of Khuzestan province, Mr. Hodemi acted as a representative of the Customer at the talks, the Scientific and Industrial Section of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Russia in December 2010.

The customer expressed a desire to achieve full conversion of climate in the region withthe help of technology, "controlled change".


Were offered two lines of work:

  1. increased rainfall in the province of Khuzestan (Khūzestān Province), the elimination of the effects of drought, recharge of water in natural water bodies and reservoirs, increasing the level of groundwater;
  2. decrease in the number and intensity of dust storms and the effects on them.

Was developed an algorithm works:

l. limited demonstration;
2. signing a contract pilot (limited conditions);
3. signing long-term contract.

Khūzestān Province

Coordinates: 31°19′38″N 48°41′38″E / 31.3273°N 48.6940°E

Khuzestan Province of Iran on the map (Khūzestān Province)

As part of an integrated test of atmospheric and climate technology COT on Climate Change in the Arabian gulf and in Iran COT was conducted to demonstrate the possibility of execution in 2011, preliminary inquiries governor of the province of Khuzestan on climate change in the province.
Given the lack of confirmation of payment guarantees from the Customer, the emphasis was on demonstrating the localization and intensity of changes in climatic parameters with the maximum displacement of events in the direction of another potential customer (UAE).

Keep in mind that, since April 2010, in Iran were local changes in climatic parameters for the demonstration (project "Urmia") and to verify the long-term and long-term effects (project "Kerman - Dzhazmurien"), as well as the most promising from the economic side conversion project climate throughout Iran. So often a fusion of two or more processes in certain periods (such as Khuzestan and Kerman)

Below is a vivid example of data that demonstrate high efficiency and accuracy of our technologies impact on the atmospheric and climatic processes in the potential customer.

Fig. 1. n.30day.figb_2011.02.09 (Gauge Gridded Daily Precipitation, Past 30 Days) precipitation anomalies (% of the norm for 30 days) for the period from 2011.01.10 to 2011.02.09.
(According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, United States Department of Commerce)

In the area of the demonstration, including the province of Khuzestan, in the period from2011.01.10 to 2011.02.09 fell more than 250% of precipitation, the seasonal norm for this period, confirming the fulfillment of the conditions we have to double the amount of precipitation in the region of the Customer. Maxima of precipitation clearly localized in the Khuzestan province and the approach to the province. This is a good illustration of our great features for managing weather and climate processes, including precipitationin the Gulf region.

Fig 2. p.30day.figb_2011.02.09. precipitation anomalies (mm of the norm for 30 days) for the period from 2011.01.10 to 2011.02.09.

In the area of the demonstration, including the province of Khuzestan in the period from2011.01.10 to 2011.02.09 zonal anomaly ranged from 60 to 150 mm of precipitation at an annual rate of 280 mm rainfall, which also confirms our ability to perform the conditions to double the amount of precipitation in the region, the Customer. Maxima ofprecipitation clearly localized in the Khuzestan province and the approach to theprovince (close to the UAE).
Anomalies are clearly visible in Iraq and Saudi Arabia (10-30 mm of rain) over large areas of desert areas, where the emergence of dust storms. This is a good illustration of our great features for managing weather and climate processes, including the additionalrainfall in the period of origin of dust storms, which can solve the problem of dust storms in the Gulf region.

Fig.3. p.30 day.figa_2011.02.09. Rainfall (in mm per 30 days) for the period from 2011.01.10 to 2011.02.09.

In the area of the demonstration, including the province of Khuzestan, in the period from2011.01.10 to 2011.02.09 fell from 50 to 200 mm of rainfall, which exceeds theseasonal norm for this period. Maxima of precipitation clearly localized in the vicinity ofthe demonstration, including the province of Khuzestan, and approaching the provincealong the Persian Gulf.
This provided a convenient and favorable climatic conditions in the countries of the Persian Gulf region (especially in coastal areas), and the output of the province of Khuzestan period of drought in recent years.

p.5 day.figa_2011.02.10. Rainfall on 9 february 2011.

Rainfall for February 9, 2011 demonstrations in the area ranged from 20 to 60 mm.Such intensity of precipitation can be provided with a weekly cycle throughout the season. This is confirmed by the data for previous and subsequent weeks.
Here there is a merger of two climatic processes running at different periods in Iran(Khuzestan and Kerman).

Here is more evidence for the reality we have created the climate anomalies.

Fig. 5. n.7day.figa_2011.02.13. Rainfall (in mm in the last 7 days) for the period from 2011.02.07 to 2011.02.13.

Here also there is a merger of two climatic processes running at different periods in Iran(Khuzestan and Kerman).

Fig. 6. n.7day.figb_2011.02.10. Precipitation anomalies (in% of the norm in the last 7 days) for the period from2011.02.04 to 2011.02.10.

In the center of the process of precipitation is 200 - 300% or more.

Fig. 6а. n.7day.figb_2011.02.13. Precipitation anomalies (in% of the norm in the last 7 days) for the period from2011.02.07 to 2011.02.13.

In the center of the process of precipitation is 200 - 300% or more.

Fig. 7. p.5day.figb_2011.02.10. Above normal precipitation for February 9, 2011 demonstrations in the area ranged from 20 to 40 mm.

Fig. 8. n.30day.figb_2011.02.10.  Excess rainfall in 30 days in the period from 12 January 2011 to February 10, 2011 in the midst of the demonstration zone reached 300%.

Fig. 9. p.30day.figb_2011.02.10. Anomalies of precipitation (in mm per 30 days) for the period from 2011.01.12 to2011.02.10.

Excess rainfall in 30 days in the period from January 12, 2011 to February 10, 2011 in the center of the zone show reached more than 150 mm.

Fig. 10. p.7day.figb_2011.02.10. Anomalies of precipitation (in mm for 7 days) for the period from 2011.02.04 to2011.02.10.

Fig. 11. p.90day.figa_2011.02.10. Rainfall (in mm per 90 days) for the period from 2010.11.13 to 2011.02.10.

In the area of the demonstration, including the province of Khuzestan, in the period from2010.11.13 to 2011.02.10 fell from 50 to 250 mm of rainfall, which exceeds theseasonal norm for this period. Maxima of precipitation clearly localized in space nearthe demonstration, including the province of Khuzestan, and approaching the provincealong the Persian Gulf.
This provided a convenient and favorable climatic conditions in the countries of the Persian Gulf region (especially in coastal areas), and the output of the province of Khuzestan period of drought in recent years.

Fig. 12. Distribution of rainfall over time in the central region of the demonstration area for the last 180 days.

Maxima of precipitation clearly localized during the demonstration.
This provided a convenient and favorable climatic conditions during this period in the Gulf region (especially in coastal areas), and the output of the province of Khuzestanperiod of drought in recent years.

Fig. 12а. Rainfall distribution in time of the demonstration zone, which includes the province ofKhuzestan in the last 180 days.

Maxima of precipitation clearly localized during the demonstration.
This provided a convenient and favorable climatic conditions during this period and outof the province of Khuzestan period of drought in recent years.

Fig. 13. p.30day.figa_2011.02.10. Rainfall (in mm per 30 days) for the period from 2011.01.12 to 2011.02.10.

In the diagram, arrows show the four major epicenter of precipitation. This is the basisfor the formation of the climatic barrier to cut off the dust storms that come with the territory of Iraq and Saudi Arabia.

Fig. 14. p.7day.figa_2011.02.10

Fig. 15. new_big_average_2011.02.12_15-00. Averaged precipitation (mm per day) for the period from 2011.01.14 to 2011.02.12.

Fig. 16. new_big_anomaly_2011.02.12_15-00. Averaged anomalies of precipitation (in millimeters per day) for the period from2011.01.14 to 2011.02.12

Fig. 15 and Fig. 16 are clearly visible demonstration of the epicenters of the level of abnormal rainfall of 150 - 210 mm (average level of abnormal rainfall 5 - 7 mm per day)and accumulated rainfall up to 250 - 330 mm (average rainfall is 8 - 11 mm per day).

Fig. 17. p.1day.figa_2011.02.01. Rainfall on February 1, 2011.

Clearly visible fading first epicenter of precipitation and active second epicenter of precipitation. In the second day of the epicenter fell to 80 mm of rain.

 

Forecasts NOAA:

Fig. 18. AS_curr.p.gfs2b_2011.02.01. Forecast anomalies of precipitation (in mm from the norm in the last 7 days) for the period from 2011.02.09 to 2011.02.15.

Fig. 18а. AS_curr.p.gfs2a_2011.02.01. Forecast of precipitation (in mm for 7 days) for the period from 2011.02.09 to2011.02.15.

Fig. 19. olr.90day.figb_2011.02.01.

Fig. 19а. olr.30day.figb_2011.02.01.

Fig. 19б. olr.5day.figb_2011.02.01.

Fig. 19в. olr.90day.figa_2011.02.01.

Fig. 19г. olr.30day.figa_2011.02.01.

Fig. 19д. olr.5day.figa_2011.02.01.

Fig. 19е. olr.5day.figa_2011.02.09.

Fig. 19ж. olr.30day.figb_2011.02.09.

Fig. 20. vpt.7day.figb_2011.02.01.

Fig.20а. 850wind.7day.figb_2011.02.01. Anomalies of surface winds (from the norm in the last 7 days) for the period from2011.01.26 to 2011.02.01.

Fig. 20б. 850wind.7day.figa_2011.02.01.

Fig. 20в. 200wind.7day.figb_2011.02.01.

Fig. 21. p.7day.figb_2011.02.01.

Fig. 22. p.7day.figa_2011.02.01.

Fig. 23. n.7day.figb_2011.02.01.

Fig. 24. p.5day.figb_2011.01.30.

Fig. 25. p.5day.figa_2011.01.30.

Options forpayment forthe doubling ofprecipitation andsolution to the problemof dust stormsin the region.

"Climate Global Control Trading" a well-known climate regulation technology developer in February 2011 finished its advancing in preparatory work concentrated on elimination of natural and climatic specifics in countries members of the project in the Arabian Gulf area.

As a part of the treaty on March 1st, 2011 they started the second stage of the project targeted on climatic processes smooth control in the Arabian Gulf area.

Shortly the results showed themselves!

Currently, in countries members of the project, the outmost favorably conditions were established as well as main objective of the development project – natural and climatic specifics were eliminated!

The efficiency of the technology is confirmed!

Press-office "Climate Global Control Trading", Dubai, UAE, 07.05.2011